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Where to buy an inexpensive wedding band?

Asked by rodydoe89 (356points) September 27th, 2010

Can anyone tell me where I can buy an inexpensive, yellow gold men’s wedding band, besides e Bay? My fiancĂ© and I are not looking to spend a whole lot of money right now, and we can always upgrade later. Please help! Our wedding is November 3rd, so we’ve got to get the ball rolling! Thank you!

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Mamradpivo's avatar

Check out Kay Jewelers, or any other mall jewelry shop. My wife and I designed a beautiful, largely custom ring for her, but I wear a $250 tungsten ring from Kay Jewelers. There were plenty there that were less expensive too.

chyna's avatar

Pawn shop.

Seek's avatar

Definitely check out etsy

There are many, many craftspeople who make beautiful jewelry for low prices.

(I like this one)

JLeslie's avatar

Kay Jewelers is a good suggestion. Also, you might try Costco, they have jewelry. If you just want a simple band you can’t go wrong really with going to a discounter.

laureth's avatar

My husband and I bought our plain gold bands at a hole-in-the-wall antique/coin shop. They ended up coming to about $100. (That’s not a lot for gold rings.)

They polished ‘em up for us and they looked shiny and new! And we were able to begin our married life debt-free. :)

And – congrats!! Happy wedding!!

Jeruba's avatar

When I needed one a long time ago, in more conservative times, I walked unceremoniously into a cheap downtown jewelry store and bought one. I explained that I had lost a lot of weight and my own ring was being sized, but that I didn’t want to take a trip to New York with my husband without one.

Then I went to New York with my boyfriend.

jrpowell's avatar

I’m going to second the pawn shop.

mrrich724's avatar

WalMart. a hundred bucks.

iamthemob's avatar

jc penny.

YARNLADY's avatar

Charity thrift stores are full of wonderful jewelry finds.

john65pennington's avatar

I will third the pawn shops. they are loaded with rings of all kind, especially since the economy is so bad right now.

rodydoe89's avatar

Thank you for all the ideas! I will start shopping tomorrow!

hobbitsubculture's avatar

I second etsy. My partner and I picked out our $40 and $70 engagement rings there, and we love them. It’s been awhile since we looked, but there were plenty of wedding bands in our price range as well.

Kardamom's avatar

Thrift stores, antique stores and pawn shops are great places to get jewelry, especially if you like vintage jewelry.

ilovedressing's avatar

i like buy things online so i can enter the website which sell the wedding dress ,i think i can find the one i prefer

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